Einstein –cartoon physics. Cartoon Book. Time Dilation Experiments. The Hafele–Keating experiment performed in 1971. flying eastward, plane’s clock is moving faster than ground clock (the clock should run slower)
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Title: All I Ever Needed to Know About Physics I Learned from Road Runner Cartoons Author: mac user Last modified by: mac user Created Date: 8/10/2009 6:56:37 PM
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Characteristics of Waves Highlighting EL strategies using the 5E model in Physical Science Engage Examine the cartoon in the Active Physics, It’s About Time book.
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Problem-Based Learning and Physics: Developing Problem Solving Skills in All Students George Watson University of Delaware Contributors: Barbara Duch
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Computer Animation CS 445 ... Time consuming and skill intensive Difficult to reuse and adjust Movies Cartoon Physics Homer3D Examples Sports video games Madden Football Many movie characters Phantom Menace Cartoons Motion Capture Strengths Exactly captures the motions of the actor Michael ...
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From “Looney Tunes Movie Collection”, Warner Bros. Entertainment, 2005. Click on the video to watch it, then ask the students to identify some Laws of Cartoon Physics.
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Measuring the Magnetic Field in the Solar Corona ... Radioastronomical propagation measurements Physics of Faraday Rotation: the cartoon Physics of Faraday Rotation: equations Physics of Faraday Rotation II The Physics of Faraday Rotation The Instrument: ...
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Motion of characters Along with key frame animation we can use kinematics Kinematics = study of ... What make IK hard Goal of “natural looking” motion Minimum jerk Equilibrium point trajectories Resources Laws of Cartoon Physics http://www.cc.gatech.edu/classes/cs8113f_97_spring/cartoon ...
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Cartoon Laws of Physics. Law IAny body suspended in space will remain in space until made aware of its situation. Law II. Any body in motion will tend to remain in motion until solid matter intervenes suddenly.
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Computer Animation Amy Gooch CS395: ... Visual Styling Blend Motion Cartoon physics Realistic cartoon Realistic human Rotoscoping Cinematography Lighting Composition Squencing Facial animation More subtle controls in CG Decide early on level of control User-controlled animation Games allow user ...
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Cartoon Physics. Generating key frames continues to be an important question for animator because different effects require different techniques. How to Obtain the Key Frames? Skeletons and Skinning. Skeletons: a collection of bones (rigid bodies) and joints.
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Gonick and Huffman The Cartoon Guide to Physics Nice review of basic physics in comic book form. The physics is excellent and easy to understand. COURSE GRADING: As an incentive to actually come to class, we will be using the Turning Point clicker system.
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Cartoon Laws of Physics Roller Coaster Physics The Physics of Baseball NASCAR Physics Physics of Martial Arts Movie Physics Physics of Superheroes Quiz 1. T or F, force equals mass times velocity. 2. T or F, momentum ...
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FIRST LAW OF CARTOON PHYSICS. Chapter 12. Forces of MotionNewton’s Three Laws. Forces. Force - a push or pull. The ability to change an object's . motion. Starting. Stopping. Speeding up. Slowing down. Changing direction. May change an object's . shape.
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The Game Grid: Research Vision Walt Scacchi Institute for Software Research and Laboratory for Computer Game Culture and Technology School of Information and Computer Science
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Physics Questions. What is mass? What is force? What is inertia? How are they related? What is momentum? What are Newton’s three laws? ... Cartoon Laws of Physics. Cartoon Laws of Physics. Falling Hare. Looney Tunes. Remember. F=ma. P=mv. Impulse=Ft (or DP) Work.
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Collision Course:Elastic and Inelastic Collisions. CorinaBot, PhD (NJIT, ... Dr. Bot interviewed six Advanced Placement Physics students at once via focus-group . ... Cartoon policeman assigns ticket at collision scene.
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Interpolating Key Frames Interpolating rotations Physics-based Animation Physics-based Animation Physics-based Animation Examples Examples Examples Physically real motion Motion ... Cartoon Laws of Physics Authorship Unknown Cartoon Law I Any body suspended in space will remain in space ...
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Title: The Physics of Massive Star Formation Author: Mark Krumholz Last modified by: Mark Krumholz Created Date: 10/5/2005 8:16:05 PM Document presentation format
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Physics 102-002 Announcements WebAssign – Chapter 24 due next Wednesday Exam #3 is graded Corrections due Wed, Apr 25 61.5349 ... Here is a cartoon depiction of magnetic domains. Domains can also be aligned (or anti-aligned) with each other.
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Agenda - Basic concepts - Motion Synthesis/texture using motion capture Physics/Biomechanics Motion Synthesis - Cartoon Motion ... A second synthesis add a keyframe in the peak Agenda - Basic concepts - Motion Synthesis/texture using motion capture Physics/Biomechanics Motion Synthesis ...
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... http://www.iconarchive.com/icon/cartoon/snorks_by_pino/ Snork seahorse pic: http://members.aol.com/discopanth/private/snork.jpg Mirror, Lens, and Eye pics: http://www.physicsclassroom.com/ Refracting Telescope pic: http://csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr162/lect ...
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Careers in Physics—Getting a Job with Your Degree John Sohl Adrienne Cook Stephen G. Payton Cartoon from: http://www.spherion.com/careerblog/hot_topics/
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A Cartoon About Solid State Physics! Change “Good-Chemist/Bad-Chemist” to “Good-Physicist/Bad-Physicist” This then becomes: Chapter 4: Phonons I – Crystal Vibrations Lattice Dynamics is a VERY LARGE subfield of solid state physics!
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Structure and Tools Multimedia titles have structure or architecture ... Cartoon Guide to Physics has three distinct tracks: One track has user-driven experiments with laws of physics In Lucy’s World track, ...
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Welcome to Physics Course Introduction ... who or other intro activity such as create a personal poster and nameplate * Have students write a scenario or draw a cartoon to represent understanding of lab safety rules or lab safety scavenger hunt * Ask students to generate examples of each rule.
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Drawings from The Cartoon Guide to Physics, by Gonick and Huffman In the same way, if an object is already spinning, and a torque acts at a right angle to the angular momentum vector, the torque “curves the velocity around, but does not change the speed.”
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The Cosmic Background Radiation 27 November 2006 Today: ... Map of the background radiation More detailed maps Our best picture of the early univese A cartoon view of the Observable Universe How big is the universe? The limit to how far we can see is a limit in time, ...
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How we do physics without seeing… Overview of Detectors and Fundamental Measurements: From Quarks to Lifetimes Prof. Robin D. Erbacher University of California, Davis
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Slide - Twinkling Cartoon Earth Sun Sun Because of atmospheric refraction, we have lingering, elliptical sunsets. Mirage Warm air Cool air Surface of water? Highway Mirage Cool air Looming Warm air Air Water qi qR Wave fronts of light . Title: Chapter ...
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Alternative Project Goal and comparison to the rube project Goal: provide an opportunity for a student to connect actions that occur in the world outside the classroom to the physics concepts discussed inside the class Comparison: all Photography, Connections to Physics Concepts, and Calculation ...
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Optics LCHS Index of Refraction Equations n = c/v = speed of light in a vacuum speed of light in medium Index of Refraction Equations n = c/v = speed of light in a vacuum speed of light in medium n = sin i/sin r Index of Refraction Equations n = c/v = speed of ...
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Title: No Slide Title Author: Mattanjah de Vries Last modified by: Mattanjah de Vries Created Date: 8/10/2004 2:48:25 AM Document presentation format
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Physics, and . Center for Atmospheric Research, University . of Massachusetts Lowell. Introduction. Principles . Example: Northward IMF. ... It is in the form of cartoon-type sketches. Computer simulations: field line tracing, streamline tracing, more quantitative.
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Department of Physics and Astronomy Lobby 5:00 – 7:00 PM – Drop in IQ Radio, x-ray and infrared radiation are all examples of: A. Magic B. Electromagnetic radiation C. Atoms and molecules D. Cartoon characters IQ That’s right!
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Dabbled in replicating life through machines. Electrical Science A branch of physics which studies the practical applications of ... with the electrocution of frogs Famous for making frog’s leg twitch Influence Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Cartoon on galvanized corpse ...
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Believe in God? Templeton/A.S.A. Lecture, Baylor University, March 26, 2004 Loren Haarsma Physics & Astronomy Department, Calvin College ... March 26, 2004 Loren Haarsma Physics & Astronomy Department, Calvin College (Cartoon by Berkeley Breathed, Bloom County) When someone asks ...
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Title: Physics Bell-Ringer Author: bisd Last modified by: andersons Created Date: 2/18/2002 6:57:32 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Thermodynamics Cartoon As your car burns gas, is energy being lost? No, converted to heat, ME, etc. Entropy increases 2nd Law of Thermodynamics Total entropy of the universe is increasing Day 1 Why do you burn the roof of your mouth when you eat pizza?
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Last Words on CETI and some Space Travel Basics HNRS 228 w/Prof. Geller What I Will Cover Final words about CETI Space Travel Space Environment Spaceflight Projects Spaceflight Operations A Cartoon about CETI What does a telescope do?
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Crossbridge model Crossbridge biophysics Force generation Energetics Crossbridge Cycle ATP Pi ADP Shape change Shape change Animation: Graham Johnson & Ron Vale Myosin physics Globular head Actin binding ATP binding Filamentous neck Flexible Light chain binding Filamentous tail Dimerization ...
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Conservation of Momentum ... Superhero physics Superman is impervious to human weapons but not the laws of physics. ... At the golf club Dramatic rescue You are watching a Saturday morning cartoon concerning a jungle hero called George of the Jungle.
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